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Dance students set to perform Bollywood spectacle

PUBLISHED: 14:16 16 July 2018 | UPDATED: 14:59 16 July 2018

Students from the Grant Academy of Bollywood, run by Rebecca Grant, will be showing off their moves during a performance at the Sanctuary Coffee Stop in Norwich.
Photo: supplied by Rebecca Grant

Students from the Grant Academy of Bollywood, run by Rebecca Grant, will be showing off their moves during a performance at the Sanctuary Coffee Stop in Norwich. Photo: supplied by Rebecca Grant

supplied by Rebecca Grant

People will be able to enjoy a taste of Bollywood in Norwich tomorrow.

Students from the Grant Academy of Bollywood, run by Rebecca Grant, will be showing off their moves during a performance at the Sanctuary Coffee Stop in Norwich.
Photo: supplied by Rebecca GrantStudents from the Grant Academy of Bollywood, run by Rebecca Grant, will be showing off their moves during a performance at the Sanctuary Coffee Stop in Norwich. Photo: supplied by Rebecca Grant

Students from the Grant Academy of Bollywood will be showing off their moves during a performance at the Sanctuary Coffee Stop.

All the performers have taken part in classes run by actress Rebecca Grant who previously starred in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Bombay Dreams and also in the BBC show Holby City.

About the performance, Ms Grant said: “The aim was to give my students a chance to see what is feels like to perform for an audience as really that is what the arts is all about - to make others happy! I don’t believe in exams for my school, I want to base it on performance and the ability to get out of one’s comfort zone and dance.”

The free performance is at 7.30pm tomorrow (Tuesday) at the Sanctuary Coffee Stop. Any donations will be given to the Saint Thomas Norwich Trust.

Students from the Grant Academy of Bollywood, run by Rebecca Grant, will be showing off their moves during a performance at the Sanctuary Coffee Stop in Norwich.
Photo: supplied by Rebecca GrantStudents from the Grant Academy of Bollywood, run by Rebecca Grant, will be showing off their moves during a performance at the Sanctuary Coffee Stop in Norwich. Photo: supplied by Rebecca Grant

Ms Grant’s next term of Bollywood classes at The Garage, in Norwich, start on August 7. For more information, email info@rebeccagrant.co.uk


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